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Latest Episodes

Adrian Spendlow

In this episode of Indented, Dr. Rebecca Nesvet welcomes Adrian Spendlow to her English Capstone course at UW-Green Bay. Spendlow is a professional storyteller, artist, and writer who regales the class with some original poetry and tales of his home.

61 MIN2019 NOV 19
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Adrian Spendlow

The "English Major" episode

Are you a future, current, or past English major? Take a listen while host, Krynn Hanold interviews current undergraduate students in the English program at UW-Green Bay.

26 MIN2019 APR 17
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The "English Major" episode

The Writing Process

In this episode, Krynn Hanold interviews UW-Green Bay’s Dr. Rebecca Meacham and Dr. Chuck Rybak to explore common writing questions, and dive into everything from strange writing rituals to the complexities of cover art. Listen to learn more about the writing process from two seasoned authors. More info on becoming an English Major- www.uwgb.edu/english

45 MIN2019 FEB 21
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The Writing Process

History of the English Language: Will Not Stay in Place

Krynn Hanold interviews Dr. Stefan Hall and Dr. Emily Ransom from UW-Green Bay's English department. Take a listen to hear some early English and Norse poetry, some lines from Chaucer, our favorite borrow words from other languages, and a few stanzas from a timely Robert Southwell poem.

34 MIN2018 DEC 19
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History of the English Language: Will Not Stay in Place

Let's Not Forget MWS

Host Krynn Hanold of Indented interviews Dr. Rebecca Nesvet and Dr. Jessica Van Slooten about Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's Frankenstein during the Phoenix Studios LIVE night of podcasts. For more info check out the UWGB English department page: https://www.uwgb.edu/english/

17 MIN2018 NOV 1
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Let's Not Forget MWS

Dreams

Hosts Emma Fay and Jordan Safranski unpack how dreams can help us be better writers; from the cliché, "It was all a dream," to the subtlety of J. K. Rowling's dreamscapes--Emma and Jordan provide examples of how "dreams" are written well.

23 MIN2018 APR 24
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Dreams

Miscommunications

Hosts Emma Faye and Jordan Safranski collect and share their favorite missed connections from the UW-Green Bay campus, and Northeast Wisconsin area for their "Student Segment." In "The Professor Segment" Emma and Jordan interview Dr. Chuck Rybak, professor of English and Creative Writing and Interim Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

39 MIN2018 FEB 14
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Miscommunications

Ghosties

Ghosties by UW-Green Bay, Indented

33 MIN2017 DEC 11
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Ghosties
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Latest Episodes

Adrian Spendlow

In this episode of Indented, Dr. Rebecca Nesvet welcomes Adrian Spendlow to her English Capstone course at UW-Green Bay. Spendlow is a professional storyteller, artist, and writer who regales the class with some original poetry and tales of his home.

61 MIN2019 NOV 19
Comments
Adrian Spendlow

The "English Major" episode

Are you a future, current, or past English major? Take a listen while host, Krynn Hanold interviews current undergraduate students in the English program at UW-Green Bay.

26 MIN2019 APR 17
Comments
The "English Major" episode

The Writing Process

In this episode, Krynn Hanold interviews UW-Green Bay’s Dr. Rebecca Meacham and Dr. Chuck Rybak to explore common writing questions, and dive into everything from strange writing rituals to the complexities of cover art. Listen to learn more about the writing process from two seasoned authors. More info on becoming an English Major- www.uwgb.edu/english

45 MIN2019 FEB 21
Comments
The Writing Process

History of the English Language: Will Not Stay in Place

Krynn Hanold interviews Dr. Stefan Hall and Dr. Emily Ransom from UW-Green Bay's English department. Take a listen to hear some early English and Norse poetry, some lines from Chaucer, our favorite borrow words from other languages, and a few stanzas from a timely Robert Southwell poem.

34 MIN2018 DEC 19
Comments
History of the English Language: Will Not Stay in Place

Let's Not Forget MWS

Host Krynn Hanold of Indented interviews Dr. Rebecca Nesvet and Dr. Jessica Van Slooten about Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's Frankenstein during the Phoenix Studios LIVE night of podcasts. For more info check out the UWGB English department page: https://www.uwgb.edu/english/

17 MIN2018 NOV 1
Comments
Let's Not Forget MWS

Dreams

Hosts Emma Fay and Jordan Safranski unpack how dreams can help us be better writers; from the cliché, "It was all a dream," to the subtlety of J. K. Rowling's dreamscapes--Emma and Jordan provide examples of how "dreams" are written well.

23 MIN2018 APR 24
Comments
Dreams

Miscommunications

Hosts Emma Faye and Jordan Safranski collect and share their favorite missed connections from the UW-Green Bay campus, and Northeast Wisconsin area for their "Student Segment." In "The Professor Segment" Emma and Jordan interview Dr. Chuck Rybak, professor of English and Creative Writing and Interim Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

39 MIN2018 FEB 14
Comments
Miscommunications

Ghosties

Ghosties by UW-Green Bay, Indented

33 MIN2017 DEC 11
Comments
Ghosties
the END
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